Essay on What Makes A Writer?

1402 Words Jan 12th, 2015 null Page
Everyone changes and is different with each breath he or she takes. Sometimes it goes unnoticed, or maybe only realized by friends and family members who are only seen a couple times a year. I think oftentimes, those are the people who notice change the most in people. Similarly, if growth is sought out in one particular area, and it is not measured in time, distance, or any other kind of units, that individual will not see the personal growth; especially if it is in style or character. But everyone knows they have changed from an earlier time in his or her past. However, this is because this said individual took a look back at once was and realized just how great this growth or change is. In my case, I have grown very much so as a writer. As I take a look back on papers that I once thought were golden, I now see how much change I 've had within each breath I 'd taken; stylistically, word useage, and content.
Conjunctions, transitions, effective thesis statements and hook sentences, organization, and titling are all ways that style is used in writing and ways that I have personally grown in as well. In a paper I wrote October 28th, 2013, was the first time I used a semicolon, conjunction, and a coma all together in one sentence. “We met a paramedic at the Fawn Grove Square and he couldn’t find anything too dramatically wrong with me; therefore, we drove on- continuing to the ER” (The Sunday Before Districts). Before this sentence, I had never written anything including a…

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